Alastair Sooke - one of the BBC's growing number of Brunks (brainy hunks *doffs cap at Brian Cox and Kevin Fong*) - explores the mysterious appeal of unfinished works of art. From Dickens's unfinished The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Jane Austen's Sanditon to Coleridge's Kubla Khan, he talks to those who have attempted to finish these literary enigmas and those who believe that any such task is impossible. In a film that picks through literature's leftovers, Sooke explores the moral dilemmas as well as the commercial opportunities finishing presents. And he considers how, in the modern era, artists have purposefully left their work unfinished. For those of you more interested in angelic lawyers, Eternal Law can be seen on ITV1/UTV from 9pm.